Why Are You In Cambodia?

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Re: Why are you in Cambodia?

Post by dagenham » Mon Jun 16, 2014 8:58 pm

flying chicken wrote:Hahaha. Ok maybe it aint. But you have yet to answer my questions. How old are you and what do you do here? Stop dodging the questions and man up!
I'm multi-decades old and here for the whores, .50 cent local beer and ease of buying pharmacy drugs. I am also trying hard to convert others to my lifestyle whilst I'm here.
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Re: Why are you in Cambodia?

Post by Sir_Quality_U_Feel » Mon Jun 16, 2014 9:16 pm

A gorgeous and kind woman.
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Re: Why are you in Cambodia?

Post by flying chicken » Mon Jun 16, 2014 9:22 pm

dagenham wrote:
flying chicken wrote:Hahaha. Ok maybe it aint. But you have yet to answer my questions. How old are you and what do you do here? Stop dodging the questions and man up!
I'm multi-decades old and here for the whores, .50 cent local beer and ease of buying pharmacy drugs. I am also trying hard to convert others to my lifestyle whilst I'm here.
Finally you are telling the truth. Everyone comes here for the Angkor Wat experience dont we?
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Re: Why are you in Cambodia?

Post by The Add Jay » Mon Jun 16, 2014 11:29 pm

at 26 years old...I woke up and realized america has been taken over by this mental disorder called liberalism. So I'm a refugee from the tyranny that is Obama.
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Re: Why are you in Cambodia?

Post by dagenham » Mon Jun 16, 2014 11:50 pm

The Add Jay wrote:at 26 years old...I woke up and realized america has been taken over by this mental disorder called liberalism. So I'm a refugee from the tyranny that is Obama.
So Bush was your dream leader then? Senior or Junior? And Romney your white knight, eh? Cheney is your idol? And what about Limbaugh? Too liberal for you? How can you be here if you can't pack heat?
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Re: Why are you in Cambodia?

Post by flying chicken » Tue Jun 17, 2014 12:07 am

Shit Dageham, you are still alive and kicking. Welcome back.
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Post by ali baba » Tue Jun 17, 2014 2:37 am

I'm a big fan of the far east and spent several years traveling on and off with an eye to live in the region permanently. I had plans to live and study in Japan but was denied a visa whilst backpacking in SEA. I arrived in Cambodia in May 2008 and Phnom Penh made a strong impression on me. I liked the ambiance of the place with lots of social activities but few of the hassles and discomforts of a big city. I like being outdoors and traveling on 2 wheels and really enjoy driving around PP after adjusting to the local traffic conditions. I like big open space so having major roads built alongside parks and away from skyscrapers is great and the rivers provide respite from the urban environment. I also love the locals sense of friendliness and humility.

I'm accustomed to life here and plan to live in Cambodia for the rest of my days. My gf and I plan to marry next year so I'll be pretty much official from then on.
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Post by vladimir » Tue Jun 17, 2014 2:42 am

ali baba wrote:I'm accustomed to life here and plan to live in Cambodia for the rest of my days. My gf and I plan to marry next year so I'll be pretty much official from then on.
Congratulations!

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Re: Why are you in Cambodia?

Post by The Add Jay » Tue Jun 17, 2014 10:20 pm

dagenham wrote:
The Add Jay wrote:at 26 years old...I woke up and realized america has been taken over by this mental disorder called liberalism. So I'm a refugee from the tyranny that is Obama.
So Bush was your dream leader then? Senior or Junior? And Romney your white knight, eh? Cheney is your idol? And what about Limbaugh? Too liberal for you? How can you be here if you can't pack heat?

Your British....your country has its own major problems. I feel really bad for englishmen....Reminds me of the Clash song. If england was for englishmen.

Limbaugh spews the same shit everyday. Like a housewife being beaten. Actually my favorite is someone banned from England for exercising his right to speak freely.
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rep dem....all the same going along with the same agenda just having people blind sided by social issues.
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